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Ericsson, Dell, HP, Sun Microsystems, Teliasonera Lead Discussion at Hi-Tech Supply Chain Summit

Ericsson, Dell, HP, Sun Microsystems, Teliasonera Lead Discussion at Hi-Tech Supply Chain Summit

Amsterdam, Netherlands (PRWEB) June 14, 2009

Senior supply chain executives from Ericsson, Dell, HP, Sun Microsystems, Teliasonera, NSN, Schneider Electric, Philips, Samsung and other leading Hi-Tech companies will address an audience of their peers at the 3rd Hi-Tech & Electronics Supply Chain Summit, taking place September 29-30 at the Amsterdam Marriott.

The Summit brings together 100 leading supply chain experts for 2 days of discussion and networking. This year's high-level agenda will focus on building a recession-resilient supply chain and positioning hi-tech & electronics supply chains for the post-recession market. Key topics include Recession Survival, Horizontal Collaboration Initiatives, Strategic Supplier Management and Green Supply Chain Tools.

eyefortransport is offering Complimentary Passes to 100 qualified supply chain executives working for hi-tech or electronics manufacturers or retailers. Executives can register directly on the website:

syncreon technology and Geodis Logistics have secured two of the limited sponsorship places for the Summit and will be available on-site to discuss transportation and logistics needs with the attending delegates.

Several sponsorship packages are still available. Companies providing transport & logistics or supply chain technology solutions to hi-tech companies should contact eyefortransport for more information about Summit involvement.

More information about the event as well as a free Hi-Tech & Electronics Supply Chain Report can be found online at:


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